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Ok Gang... I've got a 1989 Jeep Wagoner With a alternator problem or charging issue. Anyone got information on aiding on diagnostics it would be helpful... Static battery voltage is 12.5V and running is 12.2V... Kind of dark and hard to see the alternator on the bottom of the engine.

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Well I've been down there to test the output but there seem to be problems with the trigger lead on the alternator. There is no voltage at the trigger... It a delco remy alternator...

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